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Turkish translation of “irony”

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irony

noun
 
 
/ˈaɪərəni/
SITUATION [C, U] a situation that is strange because it is the opposite of what you expected
tuhaflık, acayiplik, gariplik, garip tesadüf, kaderin bir cilvesi
The irony is that now he's retired, he's busier than ever.Different and difference
HUMOUR [U] a type of humour in which people say something they do not mean
ince alay, kinaye, cinas
Humour and humorous
Translations of “irony”
in Spanish ironía…
in French ironie…
in German die Ironie…
in Chinese (Traditional) 反效果, 諷刺,適得其反…
in Russian ирония, превратность судьбы, насмешка…
in Chinese (Simplified) 反效果, 讽刺,适得其反…
in Polish ironia…
(Definition of irony from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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